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Finally getting this much done,
This is mostly for the new adapter WMS is doing now, it replaces the stock 435 adapter for a much shorter one (2 1/4")
This is the prototype Casey and I worked out.
It should work for those of you considering a doubler but have limited wheelbase.
The assembly measured from front of transmission to centerline of rear output yoke is only 34"
Specs are: NP435 with 31 spline output (was cut shorter and resplined)
NP 203 with WMS 3.1:1 gearset
NP 205 with twinsticks set up on single lever.
Casey and WMS are kickass!
 

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Closer look at the shifters
 

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Different view showing off my paint job. :rolleyes:
High Angle will be taking care of the outputs. :D
 

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Supergper said:
sweet...what do they charge for the doubler...is it the same or cheaper than the ord???
$750.00
The adapter is 3" long.
 

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cool, thats not bad at all...and that comes with all the same stuff (shaft, gaskets, etc) if so I think I will going with theirs...
 

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BillaVista said:
Doc,

yer starting to disgust me with coolness again :flipoff2:

Nice Chev orange paint on yer Ford drivetrain :flipoff2:

I think that's the flash. The paint looks red to me.
 

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Ok, this may be a dumbass newb question but...

How much does that weigh? How much does an Atlas/Klune weigh?

I guess it's a moot point, you could put all that together for the $$$ of an Atlas alone, eh?
 

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Ok, this may be a dumbass newb question but...

How much does that weigh? How much does an Atlas/Klune weigh?

I guess it's a moot point, you could put all that together for the $$$ of an Atlas alone, eh?
actually I am sure you could do a doubler w/o the extra gear set for much cheaper than the atlas and get the same results...but weight...I heard that they are pretty comparable but I dont have any #s for ya...
 

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the extra gear set is what really makes that cool

you have 3:1, 2:1, or 6:1 all in a bulletproof setup that just plain wont break.
 

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BillaVista said:
Doc,

yer starting to disgust me with coolness again :flipoff2:

Nice Chev orange paint on yer Ford drivetrain :flipoff2:
Hahaha, thanks Bill.
Bigbene was right about the flash, it's "tractor" red. :D
 

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TRD, if you're referring to the 435 adapter, I'm sorry, I don't know what they charge for that.
Their # is (918) 341-1722.

The shipping weight on the palet was 424 lbs includes everything you see pictured. The downside is that yes, it's heavy.

I have just a little over 2K in everything shown. That's a grand total, including what I baught the transmission and T/C's for.
The 3.1:1 gearset is half of the total, it was $1000.
I have to say that Casey takes very good care of his customers even when if things go wrong and they're not his fault.
 

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Very nice setup. I guess I need to save my 435 and 203 for a little later on....

I have talked to Casey about something similiar...he's very nice and helpful. WMS seems to be first class all the way.

Awesome setup...what's the rest of the story on the ride??
 

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YellowIH said:

Awesome setup...what's the rest of the story on the ride??
My ride?
Still have to finish front HP 60, Freshen up my Mustang 5.0 motor, get wheels and tires 18/39.5's and a few suspension parts and I'm ready to swap out the entire drivetrain.
 
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